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Agora

The Agora Journal of Urban Planning and Design is a student-operated annual peer reviewed publication of the University of Michigan.

We welcome investigations into topics including but not limited to urbanism, design, planning practice, and policy evaluation through a wide variety of perspectives and media. We also encourage original research such as GIS analysis, photojournalism, and design work, all accompanied by text explanations of the work's impact on planning ideas. 

In addition to general submissions, Agora is also seeking responses to the question, "How can cities respond to the infrastructure crisis?", for our annual Symposium. 

Additional details and tips for submission can be found at agoraplanningjournal.com/submissions

 

Based in Taubman College, the journal traditionally publishes student work from a wide range of disciplines, and provides an opportunity for members of the campus community to share perspectives on a variety of urban issues, including those that affect the region, the state, and the planet.

To learn more about this publication including:

  • Updates and announcements on the current issue - Agora 10
  • Dates and terms for submissions
  • Team members and contact information

Visit the Agora website.

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